Twice last year, Converse and Tyler, the Creator allowed fans to customize the Chuck 70 with Golf Wang graphics for a limited time only. This week, they’ll bring back the opportunity for customization on the One Star Pro.
Beginning this Friday, Nov. 10, the skateboarding-tailored One Star model will bring an assortment of choices in colors and graphics. The upper’s six distinct panels each have the option of being rendered in suede in six colors: cream, baby blue, brown, violet, green, and black. Six embroidered Golf Wang logos are then up for selection for the shoe’s lateral side, and an additional four marks can be chosen for printing on the midsole. Both the laces and midsole bring options for cream and black, while the midsole’s striping can appear in the same colors, as well as baby blue and yellow. Static elements come in the form of a blue outsole and a polka dot insole.
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This year has been relatively quiet for Golf Wang x Converse releases, with the flame-covered Chuck 70 Hi that dropped last month and a pack of “Digital Leopard Print” Chuck 70 Lows from the summer being the only others. The arrival of the customization window this week coincides with the annual Golf Wang festival in Los Angeles, which runs on Nov. 11 and 12.
Although purchases can’t be made until Friday, you can already toy with the options ahead of time through the Converse By You platform. The window to buy will only be open from 10 a.m. EST Nov. 10 to the same time Nov. 13. Pricing is set at $105. Converse hasn’t specified how long it’ll take for the shoes to ship, but that information will likely be made available when you add the product to cart — as is the case for other Converse By You sneakers.
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